Watch: Q&A with Jordan Hulls on his return to IU basketball — “It was something I couldn’t pass up”

Watch below as former IU player Jordan Hulls met with the media on Thursday afternoon to discuss his return to the program.

Hulls retired from his overseas basketball career to become the Team and Recruiting Coordinator at IU.

Hulls played for the Hoosiers from 2009-13 and was part of a group which won the 2013 Big Ten outright championship, its first in 20 years, made two NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearances and was the No. 1 team in the country for the better part of the 2012-13 season.  He finished his career ranked 30th in IU scoring with 1,318 points, was fourth in career three-point field goal percentage (44.1%) and third in career free throw percentage (85.9%).

Hulls came to IU following a storied career at Bloomington South High School where he was named Indiana’s Mr. Basketball and Indiana Gatorade Player of the Year in 2009 and led the Panthers to a 26-0 record and a Class 4A state title.

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